***The Sunday, 9/29 performance of Chinese Painting in Motion is SOLD OUT.
A limited number of tickets are still available for the Saturday, 9/28 performance.***
The Atlanta Chinese Dance Company presents
Chinese Painting in Motion
Hwee-Eng Y. Lee, Artistic Director
Kerry Lee, Associate Director
Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 7:30pm
$24 General Admission, $12 Students & Seniors
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Featuring Professional Guest Artists:
Chinese Painting Exhibit by Kuansoi (Christine) Kou
Live Guzheng Music by Shu-Fang Chen (Yisian)
Chinese Ballet by Yoomi Kim and Brandon Nguyen of the Atlanta Ballet
Imagine a traditional Chinese painting exhibit of blooming peonies, lucky carp, galloping horses, willowy bamboo, and more springing to life before your eyes through the movement of over eighty Chinese dancers.
Inspired by paintings by well-known artist Kuansoi (Christine) Kou, Atlanta Chinese Dance Company's sixteenth original Chinese dance production Chinese Painting in Motion does that and more. Through the story of a Chinese painter who toils from obscurity to fame, the production captures the essence of classical Chinese art, dance, history, and culture. Performances also include two shorter Chinese folk dance collections "Chinese Ethnic Cultural Gathering" and "Xiamen Wedding."
For the first time ever, ACDC's professional guest artists will include dancers from the Atlanta Ballet as well as a Chinese painting exhibit by Kuansoi (Christine) Kou and live guzheng music by Shu-Fang Chen (Yisian).
Photo Credit (Clockwise from Top Left): Kerry Lee by Who's Who in Asian American Communities; Janie Wu by Jane Goodwin; Atlanta Chinese Dance Company by Unknown; Anna Rappaport and Andrew Ellis by Jane Goodwin; Sarah Anne Marie Goodwin and Mia Mercaldo by Jane Goodwin; Catherine Stoddard and Atlanta Chinese Dance Company by Cheng Wu; Zara Yee Hawthorne, Danica Huang, and Joanna Speck by Cheng Wu
ABOUT THE ATLANTA CHINESE DANCE COMPANY
ACDC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the development, advancement, and appreciation of Chinese history and culture through the art of Chinese dance to metro Atlanta and surrounding areas. Founded in 1991 by Hwee-Eng Y. Lee, the company currently trains over eighty dancers. ACDC has presented fifteen original full-evening productions in theaters such as the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center, Robert Ferst Center for the Arts, and Rialto Center for the Performing Arts as well as numerous community outreach performances throughout the metro Atlanta area. Most notably, the company appeared in the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and the “Chinese variation” of Atlanta Ballet’s The Nutcracker at the Fabulous Fox Theater for eleven years.
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